Wargaming with mostly 1/72 scale plastic miniatures
Al, that's very nice everybody giving you a helping hand!GreetingsPeterhttp://peterscave.blogspot.com/
Far out! Like, wow! Look at the size of that thing...Nick
Good on Dave for resorting to slave labour. The boards look great.
Nothing like a bit of slave labour to get things done!!
Extremely jalous! Thanks for the inspiration for my own pacific gaming terrain!What are the dimentions of the table if possible in cm?Greets,
Nice got the whole clan involved!
Exploiting child labour for wargaming purposes? Splendid idea.
I really looking forward to seeing the battle reports using this table.
Kids get nice long summer holidays, you spend most of your time entertaining them, let them 'pay their way' for a day I say! Great stuff! Should be an exciting campaign.
Thank boys, update you all on the progress tomorrow. Table size is 3.3 x 2.1m
Looks fantastic. So how much did you upscale by?
I'll prepare a report for you Al!!!''Family exploiter'' ....hahaha! Will be waiting for the update!T.
Cheers T, though Dave has considerably more assets to exploit than I (1 away at uni) UB: we added about 12-15" of depth, we have done this successfully before as it helps off-set the footprints of BUAs, roads etc and the areas they occupy at an inch to 50yrd ground scale, if you know what I mean?
Epic in scale and industrial factory processMakes my cottage industry offerings quite er, smallWell done I like the family "contributing" at least they are earning their pocket and presents money this Xmas